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  • Roberdan

    Nintex Smart Library 2.0 available Tuesday 14td December

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    Nintex SmartLibrary is a cost-effective solution that extends Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services to provide advanced document management features. SmartLibrary enables people and teams to collaborate and...
  • Kintan's

    Techies, be business-savvy: Built to last

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    Built to Last, by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras (Kintan's rating: 4.0/5.0) One of the most successful books on contemporary business-thinking, presents the successful habits of 18 visionary companies. Secret sauce of the book: Enduring and successful organizations...
  • Kintan's

    Techies, be business-savvy

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    I am passionate about reading business books. With a vision to empower every techie to become business-savvy, I will summarize an effective and popular business book, every week. I will try to present my intellectually honest opinions along with the compilation...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Transactions - The concepts - Part 3

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    Today, as we write application code we generally are not dealing with immutable state/data, we are applying application logic to state/data so that it transforms from one known state to another known state in a consistent, all or nothing fashion. Today...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Hacking Google Suggest

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    FeedDemon's Nick Bradbury spots Adam Stiles' post 'How Google Search Works' ... "At its simplest, Google Suggest is javascript code that looks at what you are typing in the Google search box. When you press a key, GS phones home and passes the current...
  • frankgo's WebLog

    Football please, that’s my game.

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    It’s interesting to read all the blog entries and news items around Arcs of Fire (AOF) and the Tablet Game SDK. Lots of people questioning what is it, why is it, and why aren’t we doing other things that some think are more important. All I can tell you...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    More RSS measurement

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    Further to my earlier posts, RSS Metrics & Reporting and FeedBurner answers my RSS metrics question ... Via Steve Rubel : " RSS Measurement Carries Benefits and Pitfalls Forrester analyst Charlene Li breaks down a new service from SyndicateIQ that...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    YABRT: Yet Another Blog Ranking Tool

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    While browsing my Bloglines subscriptions, I see that there is yet another tool available for monitoring the "importance" of blogs -- PubSub . From their site: LinkRanks are a measure of how many pages link to each particular site, with more weight given...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Coping with Burnout...

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    In a comment, Todd wrote: http://blogs.msdn.com/ericgu/archive/2004/12/09/278797.aspx#278985 I have a few thoughts. First, it takes a while to get burnt out, so you can't expect to get un-burnt-out in a week. For me, there have been a few things that...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    Do you love "Contract-First" design of web services?

    If so, check out this tool provided by Christian .
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Transactions - The concepts - Part 2

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    In general, when we think of Transactions we tend to think of database transactions. Databases are a great example of how a data server can implement transactions and therefore handle concurrency, provide isolation and provide consistency. The concept...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Transactions - The concepts - Part 1

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    When thinking about Transactions, I think it is fair to say that Transactions are one of the most powerful and frequently used paradigms in Enterprise Computing today. With Transactions, we have a collection of patterns that deal with how concurrency...
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